I have several counter bored holes on a component I've designed. The front of the part has a 60 degree slope and the back of the part is flat. So I have to drill counter bored holes through the top of the sloped surface and put nut plates on the back of the mating component (which is flat). After they install the hardware I need to be able to fill the "counter bore" during flight but I also need to remove the hardware after the flight is over. So I have to fill the holes or cover the holes with something that is not permanent. Any ideas?
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